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2012 Preseason Kansas Coaches’ Cross Country Poll

Boys 4A
1. Wamego 69
2. Hugoton 50
3. De Soto 37
4. Baldwin 34
5. Andale 28
6. Mulvane 19
7. Altamont-Labette County 13
McPherson 12, Clay Center Community 3, Hiawatha 3, Paola 3, Topeka-Hayden 3, Carbondale-Santa Fe Trail 2, Ulysses 2, Lenexa-St. James Academy 1, Tonganoxie 1.

Girls 4A
1. Baldwin 70
2. Wamego 40
3. Paola 36
4. Maize South 34
5. De Soto 29
6. Rose Hill 17
7. Buhler 12
Concordia 11, Lenexa-St. James Academy 8, Topeka-Hayden 7, Chanute 5, Basehor-Linwood 3, Pratt 3 Carbondale-Santa Fe Trail 2 , Andale 1, Clay Center Community 1, Hiawatha 1.

Boys 3A
1. Holcomb 23
2. Wellsville 20
3. Scott Community 19
4. Wichita-The Independent 14
5. Seneca-Nemaha Valley 13
6. Norton Community 11
7. Gypsum-Southeast of Saline 8
Burlington 7, Salina-Sacred Heart 7, Beloit 4, Riley County 4, Osage City3, Phillipsburg 2, Belle Plaine 1.

Girls 3A
1. Norton Community 34
2. Salina-Sacred Heart 21
3. Douglass 20
4. Riley County 18
5. Gypsum-Southeast of Saline 17
6. Sabetha 11
7. Hays-TMP-Marian 9
Osage City 4, Pomona-West Franklin 4, Moundridge 3, Frontenac 2, Burlington 1, Cimarron 1, EastonPleasant Ridge 1.

Boys 2A
1. Ellinwood 40
2. Johnson-Stanton Co. 38
3. Belleville-Republic Co. 23
4. Winchester-Jefferson County North 20
5. Shawnee-Maranatha Academy 11
6. Sterling 10
7. Prairie Village-KCC 9
Ness City 8, Elbing-Berean Acad. 5, AlmaWabaunsee 1, Hill City 1, Leoti-Wichita County 1, Oberlin-Decatur Comm. 1

Girls 2A
1. Shawnee-Maranatha Academy 36
2. Ellinwood 25
Johnson-Stanton Co. 25
4. Elbing-Berean Acad. 21
5. Hill City 14
6. Meade 12
7. Bennington 8
Ness City 7, Belleville-Republic Co. 4, Oakley 4, Oberlin-Decatur Comm. 3, Pratt-Skyline 1.

Boys 1A
1. Scandia-Pike Valley 62
2. Tribune-Greeley County 50
3. Axtell 32
4. Stafford 24
5. Montezuma-South Gray 23
6. Victoria18
7. Burden-Central 15
Pretty Prairie 13, Colony-Crest 7, Almena-Northern Valley 2, Clyde-Clifton Clyde 2, Brewster 1, Lawrence-Bishop Seabury Academy 1.

About Derek Nester

Derek Nester was born and raised in Blue Rapids, and graduated from Valley Heights High School in May of 2000. He attended Cowley College in Arkansas City and Johnson County Community College in Overland Park studying Journalism & Media Communication. After stops at KFRM and KCLY radio in Clay Center, he joined KNDY in 2002 as a board operator and play by play announcer. Derek is now responsible for the digital content of Dierking Communications, Inc. 6 radio stations. In 2005 Derek joined the staff of KCFX radio in Kansas City as a production assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network, which airs on 69 radio stations across 9 Midwest states.